Franklin County Unit

Great Things Happening At The Franklin Unit!

Focusing on Academic Success

We’ve caught the literacy bug!  Amiee Richardson, our new tutorial and academic enrichment LIteracyCorps member has hit the ground running in Louisburg! It is our goal to create a positive, after school learning experience by providing access to academic resources and enrichments to tutor our members who need additional support. We are so excited to use partnerships with community members to provide these volunteer tutors who will have a positive impact on tomorrow’s leaders who are attending our club right now! 

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Franklin County Members, Fall 2017Franklin County Members, Fall 2017

A Scary Good Time on Halloween

An incredible partnership has been formed between the Boys & Girls Club and the Louisburg College Women’s Basketball team! On October 31st the entire basketball team came to the club to volunteer their time to serve our members! A Halloween party that included music, dancing, 9 different activity stations, cupcake decorating, and a haunted classroom was enjoyed by all! Some great relationships were formed between the caring adults who took the time to get to know our members and we are so very thankful! We have been invited to attend one of their basketball games this season and cannot wait to fill 100 seats in their gym to cheer on The Hurricanes!! 

Contact Us

53 West River Road
Louisburg, NC 27549

Telephone: (919) 496-1696
Fax: (919) 496-7890

Hours of Operation


Monday - Friday
2:30pm - 6:30pm

Meal Program

This club provides daily hot meals to students.

Summer Camp

Click here to download a Registration Application

Membership Information

Membership Fees

Annual Membership Fees: $10.00

Weekly Fee: $10.00

Membership Application

Click here to download a membership application.

Help Wanted


Unit Director

Club Staff

Natalie Cook

Natalie was born and raised on Henderson, NC and now lives in Raleigh with her twin girls. She attended North Carolina Central University and which she graduated with bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice. Shortly after, Natalie graduated with her Master's Degree in Education Technology. Natalie has previously worked in the Early Childhood/ Administration for over 12 years.

What are you looking forward to as Unit Director?

" I excited to know that I have my hands on the future and ready to help each child realize that they're our tomorrow."

Favorite Quote:

" I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." Philippians 4:13



Youth Development Professionals

Briana Bartlett

Raekwon Lewis

Sandra Carpenter

Kye Degraffenreidt


Joseph Thomas

Johnnie Kelly 

Front Desk

Liz Guzman

Literacy Coordinator

Amiee Richardson